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Department
Archaeology
Course
ARCH 100
Professor
Ross Jamieson
Semester
Winter

Description
ARCH 100 – March 9, 2011 Robbing the Oldsters of Vancouver Island: A Tale of Cultural Resource Management in BC Case Study: Englishman River, Parkville - Louise Allix - found human bones, artificats, skeleton of a dog - Ends up with a $35,000 bill to pay for archaeologists expenses (including meals, gas, etc) Points on the Parksville Case - Archaeologists stayed in friends’ house to minimize costs - Larger developers came forward to defend good practices of this particular firm, thought bill was quite reasonable - Dead dad had signed the initial site form as the informant What Law is this? - BC Heritage Act (Revised several times) - 1970s – move from government paying to user pay model (developers) - Who should pay? Case Study: Oak Bay - $600,000 bill - Architect reported the event initially -
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